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CURRENT FEATURED ARTICLES:

Louise Thaden Flew as No Woman Had Flown Before

Pedestriennes: Controversial Women in Sporting Entertainment

Multiple Meanings of Equality: Case Study in Custody Litigation

The Abolitionist Movement and Woman Suffrage

And the Women Stood on the Sidewalks and Waved...

LIBRARY OF WOMEN'S HISTORY  (By date)  (By author)

Women of Achievement Calendar

On the night of April 26, 1777, Sybil Ludington, age 16, rode through towns in New York and Connecticut warning that the Redcoats were coming to Danbury, CT. She gathered enough volunteers to help beat back the British the next day. Her ride was twice the distance of Paul Revere's. Her hometown was renamed after her.


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